Per the wishes of the family the services for Mr. Lord are private.
Thank you

Richard Everett Lord

February 18, 1941September 1, 2018

Richard Everett Lord was born on February 18, 1941 and passed away on September 1, 2018.


Richard Everett Lord

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Cathleen Belknap

September 13, 2018

I will never for get your joking way..I loved your laugh and sense of humor, so much like my Dad, your brother. You will be forever missed. All your children live through you and it is great I can still have a long distance realationship with facebook. I pray you are laughing with the Angels because you are one to. My prayers go out to Aunt Carol and the rest of the family . I love you all xoox Wish I could of been there.
Love Cathleen xo xo xo xo xo

Paul Meuleman

September 6, 2018

My wife, Sandy and I became aquainted with Carol and Dick upon there choosing to live not two doors down from us. We had common health concerns for our spouses, which I appreciated having someone close to offer support. When Sandy passed both of you were so supportive in that time. I appreciated Dick's health issues and was amazed how active you both were, living fully everyday. You both are in my prayers.

Peggy Cunningham(Lord)

September 5, 2018

My Dad was the ultimate showcase of what the love of a family should be all about. He gave everything of himself to my wonderful, precious Mom, his four children, grand children, and all of his family members and friends. He was such a devoted and strong caring man to everything he believed in. He is missed deeply, and he will never be forgotten. Thank you Dad for being you.

My fondest memory is how he always blamed me for stealing his puzzle pieces. When I was a little girl there is a picture of me on my tip toes, reaching up at his card table grabbing a puzzle piece. I used to keep them in a huge purse, and I would giggle when he was looking for the last piece of the puzzle(see what he had to put up with).

Juliet Lord

September 5, 2018

My papa was an amazing man, his fondest memory he would share was me sitting in his lap in the drivers seat of his ford pickup and me trying to move the shifter and telling him “no papa, don’t touch, my truck!” I miss him greatly but I will laugh and smile at the memories of him. Rest easy papa.


September 3, 2018

My dearest Uncle you will so deeply be missed. My memories growing up of all of us having barbeques and get togethers and the eight of us kids playing together. Love you and will always remember you....